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Goose Creek (S.C.) athlete Tramel Terry is a Georgia commit ranked No. 42 in the ESPN 150. Radi Nabulsi talks to "Recruiting Nation" about the status of Terry's commitment.November 05, 2012
Georgia linebacker commit Johnny O'Neal of West Laurens (Dexter, Ga.) doesn't say much; he describes himself as shy. On the field, O'Neal has a more effective way of communicating. He shares it with Radi Nabulsi.October 28, 2012
Georgia sophomore linebacker Amarlo Herrera leads the Bulldogs in tackles. Radi Nabulsi asked Herrera to grade the defense halfway through the season and reveal the Bulldogs' focus for the remaining six games.October 13, 2012
Georgia freshman running back Todd Gurley finds himself leading the SEC in rushing at the season's midpoint. He talks to Radi Nabulsi leading the conference in rushing and his "last-minute decision" to come to Georgia.October 12, 2012
Radi Nabulsi speaks with Georgia QB Aaron Murray, who set a new career high with 342 passing yards. He threw for two touchdowns and rushed for two more. Murray spoke about his performance and why the running backs may be annoyed with him.September 16, 2012
Georgia safety commit Quincy Mauger speaks about his two-way performance in a win for Kell (Marietta, Ga.) at the Corky Kell Classic. He talks about playing alongside Brendan Langley, a South Carolina commit.August 30, 2012